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Strategies for High-Titer Protein Expression Using the ExpiCHO and Expi293 Transient Expression Systems
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Poster Title: Strategies for High-Titer Protein Expression Using the ExpiCHO and Expi293 Transient Expression Systems
Submitted on 10 Dec 2018
Author(s): Chao Yan Liu, Jian Liu, Wanhua Yan, Kyle Williston, Katy Irvin, Henry Chou, Jonathan Zmuda
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Abstract: The Expi293 and ExpiCHO transient expression systems offer all-in-one solutions for generating high-titer recombinant proteins for a broad range of research applications including candidate drug identification, reagent production, structural biology and vaccine research and membrane protein biology. While both Expi systems offer the ability to generate high levels of recombinant proteins, the inherent differences between HEK293 cells and CHO cells make these systems differentially applicable for various protein expression needs. Here, we present the latest data on the Expi293 and ExpiCHO expression systems as well as suggested paradigms for instances where either Expi293 or ExpiCHO would be most applicable for a given research requirement.Summary: The Expi293 and ExpiCHO transient expression systems offer all-in-one solutions for generating high-titer recombinant proteins for a broad range of research applications including candidate drug identification, reagent production, structural biology and vaccine research and membrane protein biology. Report abuse »
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